Hotels in Venice

Venice hotels allow you to experience tradition and breathtaking views. The room sizes may be smaller than in other cities, but who stays in the Queen of the Adriatic to spend a week staring at the walls of a hotel? And what they lack in size, they make up for in quality.

Hotel Kette offers a luxurious stay in the heart of the city, from where you can stroll to famous landmarks such as St Mark’s Square and Rialto Bridge. There’s a variety of room types to choose from and the top floor rooms come with the additional benefit of a private balcony overlooking Venice’s terracotta rooftops. The back entrance isn’t for traders - it’s the VIP entrance, where you can arrive in style as you hop from your water taxi straight into the hotel. 

For a stay on Lido Island there’s Hotel Panorama. The name translates as sandy beach island, making it an ideal destination if you can’t choose between a city or beach break. The Alberoni area is a natural oasis, with WWF protected status, while in late August/early September the island is host to the Venice Film Festival. The hotel lives up to its name with Superior rooms offering views of St. Mark's Basin and when you want some shut eye there’s traditional Venetian shutters allowing you to turn into Sleeping Beauty.

If you’re looking for a longer stay why not consider Hotel Plaza Venice? Situated adjacent to car parking and Mestre station, the city of water is just 15 minutes away. This makes it easy to visit Padau, with its iconic Basilica of St. Anthony and stunning frescoes by Giotto, and Vicenza, home to elegant 16th century buildings designed by architect Andrea Palladio. Looking to spend some time relaxing? A day in the spa town of Montegrotto Terme is calling you. Alternatively, for a more active experience there’s hiking and cycling opportunities in the Euganean Hills.

Map of Venice


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